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Fred Gutzeit 
264 Bowery 

New York, Kew York 10012 
Telephone: 212/925-8126 


One-Man Shows 


1982 Fashion Moda, Bronx, NY, Installation/Exhibition of Work Gloves 

1981 55 Mercer Street, NYC 

1978 Contemporary Arts Gallery, New York University 

1977 Susan Caldwell Inc., NYC 

Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 
Cleveland Institute of Art 
1976 Razor Gallery, NYC 

1971 Paley and Lowe Inc., NYC 

1968 Paul Kessler Gallery, Provincetown, MA 

1966 Cooper School of Art, Cleveland, OH 


Group Shows (selected) 


1982 

1981 

1978 

1977 

1976 

1975 

1974 

1971 

1970-71 

1970 

1969 

1964 


Public Illumination Picture Gallery, NYC, ”100 Works by 100 

Artists”, Juried exhibition of works less than 100 sq. in. 
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT, ”A Look Back, a Look Forward”, 
selections from the Museum collection and new acquisitions 
A.I.R., NYC, Invitational exhibition of "festive” small works 
Alternate Center for International Art, NYC, "Emerging Artists" 
Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY, "Personal Visions, Places/ 
Spaces" 

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, "Contemporary American Painting" 
Artists Space, NYC, "Silent Auction" 

Akron Art Institute, Akron, OH, "Contemporary Images in Water- 

color" (Show traveled to Indianapolis, IN and Rochester, NY) 
Kingpitcher Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA 
Allan Stone Gallery, NYC 

Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT, "Contemporary Reflections" 
University of Denver, Denver, CO, "Metroline *75" 

Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, NYC 

Cleveland Institute of Art, "Alumni Invitational Exhibition" 
Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City, KS, "Realisms" 

Cleveland Museum of Art, "May Show" 

Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY 
Paley and Lowe Inc. 

Dayton's 12 Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 
Allan Stone Gallery, NYC, "New Faces" 

Jewish Museum, NYC, Show of artists working at Pratt Graphic 
Art Center 


Boston Printmakers Exhibition, Boston, MA 
1960-61-62 Cleveland Museum of Art "May Show" 


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264 Bowery 

New York, New York 10012 
Telephone: 212/925-8126 


Collections 

Alternative Museum, NYC 
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT. 

Fashion Moda, Bronx, NY 

Wellington Management Corporation, Boston, MA 

Dr. and Mrs. David Zakin, NYC 

J. S. Samuel, NYC 

Amerada Hess Corporation, NYC 

AT&T Long Lines, Bedminster, NJ 

George Gund, Cleveland, OH 

Tom and Joyce Nozkowski, NYC 

William G. Paley, NYC 

Bernard and Carla Reuben, Mamaroneck, NY 

Robert Sakowitz, Houston, TX 

Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, NYC 

Robert Stefanotty, NYC 

Allan Stone Gallery, NYC 

Cleveland Art Association 

Tony Jannetti, NYC „ DA 

Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick, Philadelphia, PA 


Reviews 

Judith Tannenbaum, "New Talent," Arts Magazine , October 1975, p. 17, 
with reproduction 

Ellen Lubell, Arts Magazine , October 1976, p. 28, with reproduction 
Peter Frank, Art News , October 1976, p. 120 

Peter Frank, Art News . October 1977, p. 138, with reproduction 


Articles 

Article in October 1976 
An Organic Approach 


issue of American Artist Magazine : "Fred Gutzeit 
to Images" by Patricia Eakins,p.42+ 


Article in April 1977 issue of Arts Magazine : One page essay by Patricia 
Eakins, p. 16 with reproduction 












Fred Gutzeit 
264 Bowery 

New York, New York 10012 
Telephone: 212/925-8126 


Teaching 

1980-82 Philadelphia College of Art . Fall 1981 and Spring 1982, 

teaching course in Multi-Media (painting as starting point 
for construction, kinetic works, and performance. Categories 
for projects are environment, light, movement, and spectacle). 
Taught Advanced Painting for Fall 1980 and Spring 1981 
semesters with addition of Drawing Problems during Spring 1981. 


1978- 82 New York University . NYC. Spring 1982 and Spring 1981, teaching 

Figure Painting. Fall 1981, taught Introduction to Galleries 
and Museums. Fall 1981 and Fall 1980, taught Intermediate 
Painting. For 3 consecutive semesters (Spring 1978-79) taught 
graduate courses in Drawing and Painting plus course in Water 
Color. 

1981, 82 Brooklyn Museum Art School . Teaching courses in Drawing and 
Painting utilizing Brooklyn Museum Collection for student 
study and the adjacent Brooklyn Botanic Gardens for subject 
matter. 

1979- 80 Cooper Union . NYC. Taught Introductory Drawing and Introduc¬ 

tory Painting for Fall and Spring semesters. 

1979 Philadelphia College of Art . Fall 1979, taught full-time as 

sabbatical replacement. Courses included Drawing Problems 
(sophomores), Non-representational Painting (sophomores +), 
Advanced Painting (juniors and seniors). 

Metropolitan Museum of Art . NYC, Department of Education. 

Taught two consecutive drawing courses (Spring and Summer). 

1975,76 Williams College . Williamstown, MA. Taught summer workshop 
courses in painting, and following summer in printmaking. 

1975 5UNY at New Paltz . NY. Visiting lecturer in Introductory 

Drawing. 

1965-66 Oberlin College . Oberlin, OH. Instructor in Art. Taught courses 
in printmaking, life drawing, introductory two-dimensional desig 

1964-65 Cleveland Institute of Art . Assisted and taught printmaking, 
specializing in stone lithography. 

1963-64 Pratt Graphic Art Center . Shop Monitor. Maintained shop, 

ordered supplies and assisted in professional litho printing. 















Fred Gutzeit 
264 Bowery 

New York, New York 10012 
Telephone: 212/925-8126 


Education._Awards and Scholarship 

Certificate of Graduation from the Cleveland Institute of Art. 

Major : Painting. Minor: Printmaking. Also advertising design and 
photography. 

Awards received on graduation: Mary C. Paige Traveling Scholarship, Jack 
Johnson Memorial Award for Excellence in Printmaking, Otto F. Egge Award 
for Scholastic Excellence. 

Scholarship to Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art and Music, Norfolk, CT. 

Travel and study in Mexico. Attended classes at El Centre Cultural 
Ignacio Ramirez in San Miguel Allende. Studied Pre-Columbian ruins in 
central and southern Mexico. 

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Pratt Graphic Art Center, NYC. Studied lithography. 

Hunter College (CCNY), M.A. Degree 


References 


Cynthia Carlson, Professor, Painting Department, Philadelphia College 
of Art, Broad and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215)893-3100 

Angiola Churchill, Chairperson of Art Department, New York University, 
735 East Building, New York, NY 10003 (212)598-3481 

Robert Kaupelis, Professor, Department of Art, New York University, 

735 East Building, New York, NY 10003 (212)598-3481 

David Kettner, Co-Chairperson, Painting Department, Philadelphia College 
of Art, Broad and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215)893-3100 


Joseph McCullough, President, Cleveland Institute of Art, 11141 East 
Boulevard, Cleveland, OH 44106 (216)421-4322 

Gerald Nichols, Professor, Painting Department, Philadelphia College 
of Art, Broad and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215)893-3100 

Stephen Posen (Artist, Professor at Cooper Union), 115-117 Spring Street, 
New York, NY 10012 (212)966-4486 

Marcia Tucker, Director, The New Museum, 65 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 
10003 (212)741-8962 









REC'D MAY 2 4 i960 




THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART 
QUESTIONNAIRE 


May 18, i 960 


Dear Mr. Gutzeit 

We are trying to build a biographical record of Cleveland Artists for 
reference. May we enlist your assistance with the following data? 

FULL NAME : _ 

DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH 3 °> / ° 

ART TRAINING - Schools, Scholarships, etc: 

EXHIBITIONS IN WHICH YOUR WORK HAS BEEN SHOWN : 

Medium: 


COLLECTIONS WHICH NOW INCLUDE YOUR WORK : 


AWARDS: 


PRESENT POSITION: 




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We would greatly appreciate it if you would inform us of subsequent 
awards, purchases, exhibitions and scholarships. Thank you for your 
cooperation. 

^Wu, JZf}' 

Assistant in Paintings